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Juno Recommends Leftfield: April 2024

Juno Recommends Leftfield

Juno Recommends Leftfield

Juno Recommends Leftfield: April 2024
Cat: DYNAM 7137/7138. Rel: 01 Apr 24
Willie D (feat Martha Reeves & The Sweet Things) (4:15)
Keep On Movin' On (feat Martha Reeves & The Sweet Things) (3:33)
Willie Chase (instrumental) (3:03)
Parade Strut (instrumental) (2:34)
Review: An iconic soundtrack to a classic blaxploitation flick, JJ Johnson and Martha Reeves & The Sweet Things turned a collective head when they simultaneously composed their core themes for Willie Dynamite, directed by obscure director Gilbert Moses. This ineluctable screen treat stars Roscoe Orman and Diana Sands in a quintessential portrayal of early '70s New York pimping, with the central character's foibles giving rise to a latent conscience when he comes into contact with a young social worker. As is often the case with the blaxploitation genre, Willie Dynamite begins with the lead character cruising down the streets of New York in some kind of fancy car, and 'tracked by the central theme: the theme of Reeves' 'Willie D' is clear as day, lyrically portraying D's hustle as 'magic', "never treating two girls the same", "it's no different from any other industry". 'Keep On Movin' On' contrasts this with a note of modesty, signaling the movie's inevitable tonal shift; nor should you miss the B-side instrumentals 'Willie Chase' and 'Parade Strut'.
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 in stock $18.94
Cat: 538987 501. Rel: 08 Apr 24
Mechanique (2:37)
Radiopropulsive (2:49)
Path (2:32)
Avtomaticesk (4:56)
Extra Life (2:32)
B2 (live) (2:29)
Asteroids Over Berlin (2:13)
Mechanique (live) (3:11)
Electro 1 (Knightsbridge mix) (2:04)
Lunakhod (1:09)
Extra Life (take 2) (4:24)
That's Mutuality (2:44)
Over Time (1:57)
Review: Finally, the debut Bochum Welt album Module 2 has been reissued after an initial run on Rephlex. Bochum Welt (Gianluigi Di Costanzo) has just recently celebrated 30 years of releasing music. His brand of IDM, electro and techno has been often copied but never equaled. His futuristic music seems to always be forward thinking and ultimately, timeless sounding. This edition is on matching green vinyl and includes all the classic material of the first release. Fans of AFX, Squarepusher and Cylob are sure to be aware of Bochum Welt. But for those who aren't....
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 in stock $28.13
Cat: GBX 045LP. Rel: 22 Apr 24
The Awful Majesty (1:50)
Decision Point (4:25)
Lacunae (3:07)
On The Clock (4:08)
Unnatural Span (2:30)
Chronos (5:27)
All Things Pass (2:01)
Deeptime (4:10)
Vault (2:15)
Archaic (2:45)
Counting The Hours (4:57)
Green Pulse (3:52)
Unremembered (2:59)
Review: Pye Corner Audio is one of the fundamental projects on Ghost Box, as Martin Jenkins indulges his hauntological synth fantasies on an increasingly fertile seam of investigation where drone, wave and death disco can all intersect. Jenkins has never been trapped by retro-fetishism with his analogue sound, and on The Endless Echo he's all the more inspired as he meditates on themes of science fiction and the illusory nature of time. Throbbing, chugging beatdowns sit comfortably alongside spatial, beatless investigations, all sculpted with the masterful touch that comes from considerable experience and a generous assortment of vintage boxes.
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out of stock $21.64
Cat: D 004393201. Rel: 08 Apr 24
Turn Up The Music (2:54)
Somebody (3:26)
And The Crowd Goes (2:47)
Determinate (3:18)
Here We Go (2:53)
She's So Gone (2:46)
More Than A Band (2:38)
Don't Ya Wish U Were Us? (3:11)
Breakthrough (3:22)
Livin' On A High Wire (bonus) (2:37)
Review: The original Bridgit Mendler soundtrack to the citrine teen drama movie of the same name sees a full version on vinyl LP this spring. Notable not only for its inclusion in the contemporary musical film, but also for its chart-topping success, the ten songs that make up the many acts of this high-school drama were destined to charm the pubescent masses, coinciding with the film's overarching theme of the school's students transcending use of after-school detention to musical effect, in order to overcome their personal struggles. Imagine Glee meets The Breakfast Club; a cabal of songwriters including Ali Dee, Maria Christensen, Bryan Todd and Jeannie Lurie lay down an array of sure-to-be hits for Mendler to perform on behalf of the cast here.
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out of stock $32.20
Cat: 196588 14751. Rel: 08 Apr 24
I Swear, I Really Wanted To Make A "Rap" Album But This Is Literally The Way The Wind Blew Me This Time (11:56)
The Slang Word P(*)ssy Rolls Off The Tongue With Far Better Ease Than The Proper Word Vagina Do You Agree? (12:57)
That Night In Hawaii When I Turned Into A Panther & Started Making These Low Register Purring Tones That I Couldn't Control Sh¥t Was Wild (10:19)
BuyPoloDisorder's Daughter Wears A 3000 Shirt Embroidered (12:27)
Ninety Three 'Til Infinity & Beyonce (3:40)
Ghandi, Dalai Lama, Your Lord & Savior JC/Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, & John Wayne Gacy (9:34)
Ants To You, Gods To Who? (6:39)
Dreams Once Buried Beneath The Dungeon Floor Slowly Sprout Into Undying Gardens (16:44)
Review: Was anyone ready for one of the most talked-about albums of the year to be Andre 3000 going ham on the flute? Probably not, but in a post-reality world New Blue Sun just slots right in. Of course the legions of Outkast fans are going to be split when an artist of such prominence takes a wild swerve into experimental musical pastures, but for those with an open mind or a pre-existing appreciation of ambient and leftfield music, this album is an easy sell. Teasing the tension between acoustic and electronic, ancient and hypermodern, grounded and ethereal, Andre has been bold and honest in presenting this album to the world and his gamble has paid off.
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 in stock $78.48
Cat: WC 001. Rel: 01 Apr 24
Beat Spacek - "Alone In Da Sun" (5:50)
Lukid - "Hair Of The Dog" (4:33)
Review: Well Curated is a series of releases and parties that - in its own words - "reflects the ethnomusicology of the last 50 years of music" - and aims to reach into all genres, merging classic styles and breaking down barriers. Steve Spacek occupies the A-side with the breezy broken beat and soul-in-space of 'Alone In Da Sun', while Lukid's 'Hair Of The Dog' is a more intense counterpart, with wobbling sub-bass and swirling, surging atmospherics hovering above.
 in stock $12.44
Just A Fuckin Idiot (3:51)
The Far Out Son Of Lung & The Ramblings Of A Madman (5:50)
Appendage (5:04)
Slider (4:44)
Smokin' Japanese Babe (5:04)
You're Creeping Me Out (6:16)
Eyes Pop Skin Explodes Everybody Dead (3:17)
It's My Mind That Works (3:48)
Dirty Shadows (8:26)
Tired (4:25)
Egypt (6:09)
Are They Fightin' Us (4:23)
Hot Knives (2:53)
Kai (4:47)
Amoeba (4:38)
A Study Of Six Guitars (3:49)
Snake Hips (5:54)
An End Of Sorts (4:53)
 in stock $53.85
Overture (3:38)
Harry (3:04)
Park (2:34)
Come Back Soon (2:47)
Remember To Breathe (3:28)
Always Running Away (1:43)
Drifting Ove Rthe Edge (3:04)
Can I Hug You Now? (1:54)
Where Would We Go? (1:51)
Always Be Alone (2:24)
Don't Say It (3:04)
Diner (3:13)
Harry's Flat (6:44)
Frankie Goes To Hollywood - "The Power Of Love" (4:35)
Review: Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch's All of Us Strangers soundtrack is a superb trip through plenty of highly atmospheric landscapes that blend delicate piano melodies with haunting electronic textures. Each track paints a vivid portrait, evoking a sense of introspection and emotional depth that only heightens the scenes in the movie. Levienaise-Farrouch's narrative captivates and guides the audience through a range of moods from tranquil introspection to moments of poignant intensity, and as such this soundtrack showcases her exceptional talent for composition and storytelling.
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 in stock $30.30
Her Body In My Soul (4:32)
The Avenue (3:51)
Julia's Song (4:08)
Garden City (3:48)
Wrapup (3:40)
Locomotion (12" version) (5:10)
Tesla Girls (12" version) (4:26)
Talking Loud & Clear (12" version) (6:11)
Never Turn Away (12" version) (6:09)
(The Angels Keep Turning) The Wheels Of The Universe (4:40)
10 To 1 (3:54)
All Or Nothing (3:23)
Heaven Is (Highland Studios demo) (6:03)
Tesla Girls (Highland Studios demo) (3:57)
White Trash (Highland Studios demo) (3:38)
 in stock $51.68
Cat: DE 328. Rel: 22 Apr 24
Near Marineland (2:27)
Second Glance (3:29)
It Cost's To Be Austere (4:05)
No More Hollow Doors (3:36)
Force The Habit (3:17)
Someone Reads (2:32)
Jump Over Barrels (3:36)
Pompeii Spared (2:57)
Fun Hair (3:45)
In Your Own Backyard (3:12)
Wishbone (3:56)
Sputnik In Orbit (2:57)
Review: The cult favourite Dark Entries hits 15 in style here and celebrates in the only way it knows how - with more great music. This time it is the legendary synth-punk yahoos Crash Course in Science aka Dale Feliciello, Mallory Yago, and Michael Zodorozny who are in the spotlight. The group formed back in 1979 and set out to make music using toy instruments and kitchen appliances. Their punk-y, aggressive, angular sound soon found a hardcore fan base and gave rise to big tunes like 'Cardboard Lamb' and 'Flying Turns.' In 1981 they recorded Near Marineland, a full-length that never actually saw the light of day but does now and shows the band moving into more diverse and polished territory.
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 in stock $18.94
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